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Dr. Steve Farner

  • College: College of Business
  • Email Address: steve.farner@bellevue.edu
  • Office Phone: (402)557-7706
  • Office Location: #916 Lozier Professional Center
  • Subject(s): Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory, International Management, Human Resource Management
  • Degrees Awarded:Ph.D. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, May, 1998, M.B.A. Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, May, 1992, BA. Business Administration, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, May, 1988
  • Experience:Associate Professor, Bellevue University, Bellevue Nebraska. Full responsibility for courses in Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory (including both online course development and teaching), Global Management (including online course development and teaching), and Labor Relations 1996-present. Director, Bellevue University's Center for Applied Management and Technology, The center provides focused management training and certificates in a variety of business-related fields, Visiting Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Full responsibility for courses in Organ-izational Behavior, Summer 2000- present. (undergraduate, MBA, and MBA online), University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Full responsibility for courses in Organizational Behavior and Labor Relations/Conflict, 1994-1996.
  • Specialization(s):Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory, Human Resource Management, International Management
  • Specialization(s):Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory, Human Resource Management, International Management
  • Publications:"Organizational Theory," (Jones). Authored the Instructors Resource Manual for the fifth edition of this text, Prentice-Hall, 2006 ,"Engaged Employees: Truly Investing in People," National Association of Convenience Stores Magazine, (first in a four-part series), March 2005 ,"Human Motivation: What Makes us Tick" National Association of Convenience Stores Magazine, (second in a four-part series), April 2005 ,"Human Motivation: The Power of Rewards." National Association of Convenience Stores Magazine, (third in a four-part series), May 2005, "Creating Engaged Employees." National Association of Convenience Stores Magazine, (fourth in a four-part series), June 2005 ,"Self-Assessment Library: Insights into Your Skills, Abilities, and Interests." (Robbins). Authored the Instructor’s Resource Manual for the third edition, Prentice-Hall, 2004 , "Essentials of Organizational Behavior." (Robbins). Authored the Instructors Resource Manual for the eighth edition, Prentice-Hall, 2004 ,"Customer Service: It’s the Little Things that Matter," National Association of Convenience Stores Magazine, August, 2004 ,"Organizational Theory," (Jones). Authored the Instructors Resource Manual for the fourth edition of this text, Prentice-Hall, 2003, "Empirical Analysis of the Employee-Customer and Customer-Performance Linkages of Quality Service," (with Luthans, F., & Sommer, S.), Submitted to Managing Service Quality, February 2004 ,"Expatriate Development: The Use of 360-Degree Feedback," (with Luthans, K.), Journal of Management Development, Vol. 21 (10), 2003 ,"An Empirical Assessment of Internal Customer Service," (with Luthans, F. & Sommer, S.), Managing Service Quality, Vol. 11(5), 2001 , "Conflict and Negotiation," (with Wall, J.A.). Co-author of this textbook chapter for McGraw-Hill's Primus texts, 2001 , "Job Design and Goal Setting" (with Dodd, N.G.). Co-author of this textbook chapter for McGraw-Hill's Primus texts, 2001 , "Multisource (360 Degree) Feedback for Expatriates: A Tool for Cultural Training Evaluation and On-the-Job Development," (with Luthans, K., & Luthans, F.), Presented at the Decision Sciences Institute, November 2000 , "A Social Cognitive Approach to Organizational Behavior," (with Luthans, F., Stajkovic, A., & Ibrayeva, E.), a symposium presented at the Decision Sciences Institute, November, 2000 , The Mutual Impact of Cooperation and Competition on Performance and Affect: They Are Not Mutually Exclusive," (with Sommer, S.). Under third revision for the Academy of Management Journal, 2000 , "An Empirical Investigation of the Impact of Internal Customer Service," (with Luthans, F. & Sommer, S.), Presented at the Western Decision Sciences Institute, April, 1999 , "Behavioral Management: Practical Implications for Eastern European Managers," Presented at the conference: Managers in the Transformation Process of Eastern Europe, Chemnitz, Ger-many, March 5, 1997 , "Implications of Human Resource Practices for Customer Quality Service," (with Sommer, S. & Luthans, F.) Presented at the Midwest Division of the Academy of Management, April, 1997, "Is Information Technology Japan's Achilles' Heel" In International Management, Hodgetts, R., & Luthans, F. McGraw-Hill, third edition, 1997 , "The Impact of Cooperation and Competition on Performance and Affect: They Are Not Mutu-ally Exclusive,"(with Sommer, S.). Presented at The Western Academy of Management, Banff, Alberta, Canada, March, 1996. **Finalist for the Outstanding Paper Award , Book Review of "Quality is Still Free," by Philip Crosby. Organizational Dynamics Fall, 1999.

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